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The need for a V-6 is apparent from the curb weight of 4,987 pounds, which is 657 pounds heavier than the gasoline Pacifica.
The four-wheel-drive's 14 mpg city and 20 highway EPA fuel economy ratings may give pause, but remember that its 5,965 lb. curb weight means the Yukon XL Denali and driver will tip the scales at over three tons.
Mileage and performance are tied to curb weight and at 3,300 pounds the C-HR is heavier than a hatchback.
The study bases its most likely longer term forecast scenario through 2028 on several variables, including federal weight reduction goals averaging around 270 pounds per vehicle, or the equivalent of a 7% cut in curb weight from 2015 levels.
Even with the relatively heavy curb weight of about 4,300 pounds, the V90 Cross Country T6 can go from zero-60 mph in six seconds.
The engine power is substantial, but so is the curb weight of the car at 4,334 pounds.
A decade from now, Ducker estimates cars will have an average of 565 pounds of aluminum per vehicle, representing a record 16% of the 3,565 pound weight total, which is nearly 300 pounds less than the current average curb weight.
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